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    July 9, 2013
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look at a camera a greenspri avenue. you can see both loops are moving just fine. same story on 83 at york road. this is southbound traffic. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. transition in egypt. -backedmilitary leaders are pushing ahead with their plans. >> hallie jackson has the latest on the story. good morning. >> good morning. the question in egypt revolves around who the new leader should be. the question around here involves money and whether the to theould keep giving it egyptian military.
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hurt and50 people were 400 others were injured. the military sided with protesters to remove morsi last week. >> i believe they did what they have to do in terms of replacing the elected president. theohn boehner referred to deferred to the administration about giving eight two egypt -- about giving aid to egypt. the obama ministration has not called the uprising in egypt a coup. egyptian monetary leaders signal a new egyptian presidential
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election could begin within six months from now. >> and will not be good to change our assistance programs to egypt. >> egyptian leadership times to lay out there plans for a new cabinet a potential rewrite of the country's constitution. >> hallie jackson, thank you. >> many in maryland are keeping a close eye on egypt. george lettis explains how some in baltimore are reacting to the translation in egypt. >> good morning. we went to a business where workers and customers are doing their best to keep in touch with family and friends back in egypt. the owner helps customers while still keeping an eye on the latest news on egyptian television. his father and mother and sister have been protesting along with millions of other egyptians. customers were asking what the
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latest was and if this family was ok, including an egyptian american with funny of family in the thick of it. >> they are feeling the tear gas inside the home. i was hearing it outside. there is a fear. there is always a fear. they got used to it. where they are living, the brotherhood has shut them off. they cannot even leave their home. >> the big question here is, when will this unrest and we're live innd? downtown baltimore,george lettis, wbal- tv 11 news. >> leaders took to the street as part of a neighborhood safety walk. more people were shot through the holiday weekend.
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showing a united front plays a significant role in fighting the violence. >> the problem of violence in problem is a complex and it requires complex solutions. >> no one person can solve the crime problems we have in the city. it starts with the community. >> these public safety walks are scheduled regularly. baltimore is outpacing the homicide rates of some other cities. where are the guns coming from? those are the questions david collins is asking in a story airing tonight. >> the mayor contends stemming the flow of illegal guns remains a top priority. the i-team discovered that effort may be hamstrung. we rode along with the task
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force unit. police use it to target unscrupulous firearms dealers and to stem the flow of illegal weapons. what is the primary source of illegal guns in baltimore city? >> we are seeing guns that are being illegally transferred through the black market. >> look what they found.and in a very unlikely place. a find like this may be getting harder to achieve. tonight the i-team uncovers serious issues that may be handcuffing it. i am david collins. >> we have the latest on the george zimmerman trial. >> monday afternoon, the defense called trayvon martin's father to the stand to testify.he
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denied telling investigators that the voice screaming for help was not his son. >> i kind of pushed away from the table and just kind of shook my head and said, i cannot tell. >> he said he listened to the tape multiple times. >> i was listening to my son's last cry for help. >> the defense brought back two investigators to talk about >>rtin's response to the tape. he was saying it did not sound like his son and then. >>those cries were front and center for a large portion of monday's testimony.the defense called multiple friends and acquaintances of zimmerman. >> that is definitely georgie. >> prosecutors raised questions is about possible bias. some have donated money to a onemerman defense fund.
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bought him clothing for the .rial one couple co-authored a book about the shooting. >> you would believe you have a stake in this. >> a stake? >> yes, in terms of the book. how many copies have been sold? the defense will likely call their expert to testify about thc some time today. reporting for wbal-tv 11 news. >> three woman held captive inside a home in cleveland are speaking out for the first time since escaping last may. amanda berry, gina dejusus, and michelle knight posted
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statements to youtube last night. >> thank you for your prayers. >> thank you. >> the man accused of kidnapping the women face is more than 300 charges. 6:10. 73 degrees at the airport. >> fans trade in their errant hernandes jerseys -- aaron hernandez jersey. surveyresults of a new that could have you thinking about popcorn the next time you fly. >> overall the major roads are looking good.
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>> welcome back to 11 news today. 6:14. there is a live look outdoors from skycam. temperatures in the upper 70's. we may see a sprinkle pop up in the western part of the state. we have a lower humidity.
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watch out for the light sprinkles coming in from the west. we have cloud cover in new windsor. some of the sprinkles could break out in frederick county and carroll county. light rain from hagerstown to cumberland. this is going to slowly drift to the south and east. there is a slight chance for a shower around baltimore this morning. we will be partly cloudy today with temperatures in the upper 80's and the low 90's. a.m., 76 degrees. all that tapers off after the evening. we will be partly cloudy
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tonight. we have a cold front that is coming in by the end of the week. that is pushing the humidity off the coast. that is what we are hoping. right now most of the models are showing the storms coming in today and thursday. then we start to dry things out. there could be some pop-up showers on sunday. >> good morning. one problem spot to talk about. northbound ritchie highway remains closed at glen burnie for someowned wires. the major roads are looking good. we are in the green on the j.f.x.. 54 at northern parkway. the top side of the beltway, 11
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minutes. 12 minutes on the west side. same story at the harbor tunnel thruway. same story at the fort mchenry tunnel. southbound traffic is running freely. same story northbound. >> 6:17. this is video of the emergency chutes being deployed on the plane just moments after it crashed in san francisco. passengers getting off the plane . fire crews dousing the plane as it burns. investigators look at the moments surrounding the crash and the training of the pilots. lawmakers return to the state house in texas. the governor announced he will
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not seek reelection next year and call the recession after an effort that would close most abortion clinics in that state. filibuster staged a at the end of last month. we should see more evidence hernandez.on the public should know what was seized from his home. he is charged with murder of a friend and a semi pro football player. >> hostess twinkies are coming back soon and some would say they are new and improved. concerns over the high level of joblessness for african- americans. jane king has the bloomberg business report. good morning, jane.
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>> president obama planning to meet with the congressional black caucus at the white house today. a discussion about jobs and the economy. some would say the meeting is long overdue. plan to press the president on what he is doing to blacksunemployment among which rose to 13.7% in june. stocks shaping up for some gains. markets still on the rise with the s&p opt for a third straight day. there is an urban legend that twinkies can last for years. they had an official shelf life of four weeks. they will be back on shelves
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next month and will last 45 days, about six or seven weeks. hostess started selling these before they went out of business. what keeps them from lasting longer? they will last until your kids go back to school. back to you. >> i am not so sure that is a good thing. what are they doing to those twinkies? >> it is a little scary. maybe they will be forced to tell us. >> jane king, thank you. some people would like to see movie theaters at airports. says aation industry full-size theater would not be
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cost effective. other ideas include sleeping pads and a park. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. what new features -- like a movie theater or a park -- would you like to see added to airports? you can share your response on our facebook page, on twitter, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> now weather and traffic on the 1's. today we are seeing temperatures similar to yesterday, upper 80's and a few low 90's. a better chance for showers and storms tomorrow. watch out for the showers to move in into the afternoon. the dew points have dropped down a little bit this morning. the dew points will climb once again and it will feel sticky. by the weekend, the area should be dry and out.
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that should make for some nice weather on friday and saturday. >> one problem spot to talk about. northbound ritchie highway remains closed in glen burnie for some downed wires. county,bound in howard 10 minutes. 795 is looking good in both directions. 60 miles per hour at owings mills boulevard. topside per hour on the of the beltway. both loops are moving without delay. southbound traffic and northbound traffic are looking good. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> thank you. 6:22. in theires stumble first game of a home stand. >> keith mills will have more
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coming up in sports. but first, here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. hope you have them.
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excuse me, sir i'm gonna have to ask you to power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a little too good to be true sir. i'll believe that when pigs fly. ok, did she seriously just say that? geico. just click away with our free mobile app. >> good morning. the orioles look to even their series with the texas rangers tonight. the rangers took control of the game. the to many left on base stat.
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a tough night for chris davis. he will take part in the home run derby next week. this was thrown away. two orioles score and it is 2-2. fewy machado, one of the clutch hits early on. the orioles left eight runners on. the rangers knocked out scott feldman in the sixth inning. un double. matt wieters throws late to second. the orioles do not lose any ground to the red sox. the red sox loss to seattle. gets some help from
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this offense. orioles fans will remember this guy. two home runs against the orioles in the playoffs last year. the mariners explode for three runs in the sixth. seattle beats the red sox. rookies and free agents report on sunday, july 21. the ravens will be hosting the gold cup soccer tournament. this is a big, big deal. trigger back and tobago and el trinidad and tobago and el salvador. 8, jay-zvent is august
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and justin timberlake. >> are you going? >> the ravens have a game that day in
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>> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 6:00 a.m. >> good morning. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm stan stovall. >> i'm mindy basara. thank you for joining us this morning. twoolice are investigating separate incidents. a child died after being found unresponsive in a pool in denton. police are investigating a shooting death of dominique jones. the medical examiner will try to determine the exact cause of death in both cases. >> fire officials are waiting to get test results of a hazardous chemical found in a trash can.
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a woman was handling mail when she noticed a strong odor from a package and developed a rash on her arm. >> the second annual kids state dinner. kids create affordable and original lunchtime recipes using nutritional guidelines. one girl from bethesda make a chicken marsala wrap. >> i would like to have that right now. 6:31. time for traffic and weather together on the 1's. >> 73 already at the airport. the humidity has dropped down ever so slightly. we do see some showers tracking through hagerstown. these could break through in frederick or baltimore. for ae a 30% chance
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shower this afternoon. 50% chance for storms tomorrow. we expect it to dry out on friday and saturday. >> good morning. one problem spot to talk about. northbound ritchie highway remains closed at ordnance road. 95 at white marsh is looking good. 60 on the harrisburg expressway. 54 as you continue on the j.f.x. traffic at the harbor tunnel looks very light. same story at the fort mchenry. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> more reaction to the violence protest in egypt. the obama administration will
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continue to send aid to the country. >> tracie potts has more. >> the muslim brotherhood is calling for more protests after a firefight killed more than 50 supporters want him to stand trial. >> not in the streets. >> it was suggested this is not a military coup. >> i think they did what they had to do in terms of replacing the elected president. >> the white house has no plans to recall the $1.5 billion in aid.>> we think that would not be in our best interests. >> cutting off the aid would only deepen the crisis.it would turn egypt into a further meltdown then it is currently experiencing.
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>> the biggest thing is to avoid having egypt turn into a failed state. >> the new interim president will form a committee to create a new constitution and hold elections within seven months. that whole process is set to start in about two weeks. tracie potts, wbal-tv 11 news. >> we continue our team coverage with george lettis. he is live on federal hill. >> good morning. we went to a business where workers and customers are doing their best to keep in touch with overly and friends back i there. the owner helps customers while still keeping an eye on the
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latest news on egyptian television. his father and sister and brother have been protesting along with millions of other egyptians. >> you work for the muslim brotherhood.as a group but not as an egyptian. >> as the day went on, a steady stream of customers came through, all asking what the latest was and if his family was ok, including an egyptian- american with plenty of family right in the thick of it. >> they are feeling the tear gas inside the home. i was hearing it outside. there is a fear. there is always a fear. they got used to it. where they are living, the brotherhood has shut them off. they cannot even leave their home.
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>> he explained the majority turned to the military for help. she said it was clear that morsi was giving too much to the muslim brotherhood.taking weight personal freedoms and poorly treating minorities. >> there were people in the street peacefully.they were saying they did not want this government. we had no other options. you need to go. >> the big question here is when will this unrest and uncertainty end in egypt?we're live in federal hill ,george lettis, wbal-tv 11 news. >> anthony brown has announced help on allwill aspects of brown's campaign including fundraising. raisedpaign so far has
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$1 million since mid-april. emmett burns said he will not seek reelection next year. he has been a vocal opponent of same-sex marriage. he was cautioned for using his official letterhead to try to silence a baltimore ravens player in support of legalizing gay marriage. the legislation has changed on social issues, same-sex marriage. i am opposed to same-sex marriage. policy, as bad economically, socially, clinically. --politically.
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just badd policy.-- policy. >> 6:37. >> officials had to cancel an auction that was supposed to feature items that belong to halley barry, or so they thought. >> we are still taking your answers to our water cooler question of the day. what new features -- like a movie theater or a park -- would you like to see added to airports? you can share your response on our facebook page, on twitter, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com.
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>> now weather and traffic on the 1's. >> good morning. kim dacey checking on your morning commute. we have a problem spot in glen burnie. .here are some downed wires 83 is looking great in both directions. 60 miles per hour at padonia. 895 at the harbor tunnel looking good. 55 on the top side of the beltway. 55 on the west side as well. this is southbound traffic into
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the tunnel. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> i can see that sun in the traffic cameras. that means the clouds are starting to break apart. we have more clouds down towards d.c. and towards hagerstown. a sprinkle popping up near clarksville. some of you might see a light sprinkle. a few pop-up showers and thunderstorms by the afternoon. we do have some changes coming up in the seven-day. >> thank you. one of hollywood's leading men is back on the market. george clooney has roping off his relationship with his partner. she was one of the first ravens
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cheerleaders. she is filming a reality show currently. >> an auction house had to cancel an auction that was supposed to feature items that belonged to halle berry. belonged to items the her. they belong to her ex lawyer boyfriend. bed of the items included a and sofa. >> 6:43. 73 degrees at the airport. [ telephone rings ] good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive.
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>> good morning. kim dacey checking on your morning commute. northbound ritchie highway remains closed at ordnance road because of some downed wires. we are aching up some delays on the west side, 37 miles per hour just north of 70. further north, 55 miles per hour
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at greenspring avenue. traffic is picking up in volume. 895 at the harbor tunnel, things are looking good north and southbound. that is e latest on traffic pulse 11. >> we are starting to see indications of some sprinkles breaking out around baltimore. some have crossed into montgomery county. very light in nature. we have had more significant showers from hagerstown on west. by the afternoon, scattered showers and thunderstorms could pop up around baltimore. temperatures in the 60's in the mountains. mid 70's along the eastern shore. we will be watching for scattered showers and storms
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this afternoon. typical for this time of year with highs from 87 to 91. a sprinkle as possible until 8;0:00 a.m. we have a chance for showers from 2:00 until 6:00. a shower a thunderstorm this evening and mostly cloudy skies tonight and falling back into the 70's. we thought the front was going to stall out. that will help push all the moisture off the coast. that is something we are keeping in mind. maybe we can dry out by friday. a 50% chance of storms by tomorrow. we could see partly cloudy skies
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on friday with lower humidity. the nighttime lows in the 60 's should feel refreshing. >> thank you. three women escaped a cleveland home where they were held captive. this morning we are hearing their words of appreciation. posted theiran video statements to youtube on monday night. >> i want to thank everyone who has helped me and my family through this entire ordeal. it is been a blessing to have such an outpouring of love and kindness. >> thank you for your donations. i want everyone to know i am doing just fine. >> the man accused of killing the women faces more than 300
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charges. at least 51 people died in egypt. the president has ordered an investigation of the killing of several egyptians outside of the guard. the military says they were acting in self-defense. maryland are closely watching how things regress. george lettis is live with how they struggle in egypt is impacting more than 5000 miles away. we went to koko's market.it is an egyptian-owned business. workers are still helping customers while keeping an eye on the latest news from egyptian television. they have been protesting along with millions of other egyptians.
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customers were asking what the latest was and if his family was ok, including an egyptian- american with plenty of family the muslimck of it. theirrhood has shut relatives off and they cannot leave their home. a lot of uncertainty for egyptians here and abroad. george lettis, wbal-tv 11 news. >> here is a look at what is coming up next on the "today" show. >> good morning. we'll have more of the video of the cleveland kidnapping victims speaking out publicly for the first time. >> investigators interview the pilots of the crashed airliner in san francisco.
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man playing professional baseball at the age of 60. >> ryan reynolds will be here. live onplay ski ball the plaza. >> now weather and traffic on the 1's. good morning. kim dacey checking on your morning commute. we have a problem in glen burnie. ritchie highway remains closed because of downed wires. delays forming on the west side. it will take you 60 minutes from 795 down to -- it will take you to 95.tes from 795 down that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> we mentioned how the cold
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front will be pushing into our area. that will also be apparent at the beach. about a 20% chance for rain at the beach. 60% on thursday. hopefully the beach will start to dry out this weekend as the front moves offshore.
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>> time to get to your answers to our water cooler question of the day. >> this morning we asked, what new features -- like a movie theater or a park -- would you like to see added to airports? >> i am down with that. >> we want to thank everyone for
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sending in their responses this morning. >> here are some stories you'll find at 7:00 a.m. on wbal plus. it is no secret -- >> it is no secret most baseball stadium food is not the healthiest. we will break down the ballpark calories. those stories and the latest traffic updates. >> there is a new problem you are tracking. >> southbound 895, the report of a disabled vehicle at moravia road. northbound ritchie highway remains closed at ordnance road for some downed wires. pretty typical delays on the west side. about 17 minutes all the way down to 95.
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95 at white marsh is looking good. willpefully the cold front clear off the coast by the weekend. pretty nice weather friday and saturday. that could change and if you go either way. more storms wednesday and thursday. >> thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> we will be back with a live update at 7:25. >> have a great day.
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good morning. messages of thanks. the cleveland kidnapping victims release a video overnight speaking publicly for the first time since being freed from captivity. >> i am strong enough to walk through hell with a smile on my face. this morning, their words to the world and their plea for privacy. new this morning, crash investigators now talking to the pilots of asiana airlines flight
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214. why did they fail to recognize signs of trouble until it was too late? critical condition grammy winning country star randy travis hospitalized with a potentially deadly heart condition. how he is fighting for his life today, tuesday, july 9th, 2013. from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. good morning everyone. welcome to today on a tuesday morning i'm savannah guthrie. >> i'm matt lauer along with natalie morales. this is the first chance for a lot of us to hear from amanda berry, gina dejesus and amanda knight. >> they wanted to thank people for their support and their prayers. >> we'll turn to jeff rossen with more on the story. good morning to you. >> this is big because the women
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remained in private since their dramatic escape. this was a big sur prize overnight when amanda, gina and michelle posted that video on youtube. we're told it wasn't a pr firm or lawyer telling them to do it. it was the women themselves that wanted to make this video. here it is. for the first time, the cleveland three with a message for you. >> first and foremost, i want everyone to know how happy i am to be home with my family and my friends. it has been unbelievable. >> going public for the first time and looking great, just girls wh they were kidnapped. now, young women, taking the power back. first on the video, amanda berry. she gave birth while in captivity. that girl is now six years old. ariel castro, her accused abductor is the father. >> i want to thank everyone that has helped me and my family through this entire ordeal. everyone who has beenre

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